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Thanks for your interest in our art float for social change!

Would you like to help create this special parade float with us this spring? If you do, please sign up below.

We’re creating this Art Float for Social Change to inspire more people to vote this year. Our float will reach out to youth and people of color through art, music and technology. It was first be shown on Earth Day at Tam High, and will be shown next at Memorial Day and Independence Day in Marin County -- then in Central Valley swing districts this fall.

This project is created by a growing community of over a hundred students and adult volunteers at Tam Makers, our state-of-the-art makerspace.

You can help as a volunteer in a variety of ways: make art posters or signs, build float parts, glue and paint them, assemble them, take photos and videos, promote our events, greet our guests, set up or pack up, etc. We're also looking for artists, performers and speakers to present ideas for social change on our float.

After you fill this form, please email us at float@tammakers.org to schedule your first visit. We're open every Thursday from to 6pm to 9pm. Our makerspace is in the wood shop at Tamalpais High School, at the top of the campus: 700 Miller Ave, Mill Valley, CA 94941.

To volunteer and get our email updates about this project, please sign up below.

Dates:
- May 28 Mill Valley Memorial Day Parade
- June 9 Fairfax Festival Parade
- July 4 Fourth of July Parade (Corte Madera)

Learn more about this project: tammakers.org/art-float . For more info, email us at float@tammakers.org

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